Singer/Composer/Artistic Director


  • Astrid Kuljanic’s project “Why Are You Gone?” has been awarded a Brooklyn Arts Fund grant! Online performance scheduled for July 16th 2020, reserve your spot by registering at the Zoom link in the description

    Published on June 23, 2020

    Astrid Kuljanic’s project Why Are You Gone? has been awarded a Brooklyn Arts Fund grant to produce multiple concerts in neighborhoods that have a significant immigrant population from Eastern and Southern Europe through Brooklyn. Since the current situation doesn’t allow for live performances, we decided to live stream the concert in duo with Mat Muntz on bass and bagpipes, and make it more interactive. Why Are You Gone? is a performance project featuring music connected to the experience of migration, … Read More »

  • Elements NOT coming to Croatia and Italy

    Published on March 13, 2020

    Photo by Damir Silov We were supposed to bring our new multidisciplinary project Elements to Italy and Croatia, but due to the Corona virus we ha to cancel it it. Hopefully some of the performances will be postponed for June, with another try to go to Italy next winter. Our grand finale for photo shoots include Vesna’s new dress, snow and the Alps, so stay tuned for next February or March. We had a bit of difficulties booking regular jazz … Read More »

  • 11. Crescendo Music Festival is coming up!

    Published on August 7, 2019

    I am excited that I can invite you to the 11. Crescendo Music Festival! This year for the first time we will have a week long program as well as singing workshops for the audiences on the islands Cres and Losinj! Check the whole program and description here:

  • Kennedy Center Concert!

    Published on May 9, 2019

    I am beyond excited that I can announce the performance of my band with Ben Rosenblum on accordion and piano, Mat Muntz on bass and Peter Manheim on drums and percussion! The program will feature jazz, world, and original music, as well as traditional song and dance performed by Hrvatska Ruža folklore ensemble. Here is the link with all details and for those who are not in DC but would like to see this performance, there will be a … Read More »

  • Renovations House Concert No. 3!

    Published on March 20, 2019

    Renovation Series at our home will continue on Friday, March 29, 6:30 pm! This time feat. Drinking Bird and a new incarnation of Klazz-Ma-Tazz! —Suggested $20 donation for food, drinks, and music.— —-6:30 food/doors, 8:00-10:30 Music—– The Bands: DRINKING BIRD is Eladio Rojas (drums), Jacob Matheus (guitar), and Tree Palmedo (trumpet), three improviser/composers who collectively and separately have played with jazz orchestras, folk singers, emo bands, and pop stars.Together, they bring a sensitive, melodic, and eccentric approach to original compositions, … Read More »

  • Renovation Concert Series – every last Friday of the month!

    Published on February 24, 2019

    Renovation Concert Series will be held in our home on every last Friday of the month (exception March 1st cause February is too short), whenever we are here in the city. We would like it to become concert series for open minds featuring a wide range of music and food, curated for maximum effect with a total disregard of genre. $20 donation = food, beer, and most importantly, music. Nobody will be turned down due to the limited funds, only … Read More »

  • E Penso A Te – new live video from our performance at the Jazz Standard this fall!

    Published on December 24, 2018

    The new video from our concert at the Jazz Standard club in New York captured from the audience is here: I recorded this song a long time ago, and somehow it never ended up on any of my albums. It’s one of my favorite songs by Lucio Battisti, a good old stalker love song that projects a dark longing vibe so accurately! We will definitely record it on our next album. Both the video and the photo were taken … Read More »

  • Rosa Vocal Group is on fire this year!

    Published on November 28, 2018

    After a sold out show at the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall “Journey through Serbia” organized by the pianist Jasna Popovic, Rosa will be a part of a similar concert at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. on February 25! We have the privilege to perform at the Luka Bala Foundation’s annual benefit concert at the Museum of Illusions, and are recording our debut album in the beginning of 2019! Rosa is a female vocal group that sings traditional … Read More »